Technology Innovation Forums
UCL Advances hosts regular Technology Innovation Forum
events focussing on science led innovation and future technologies
which provide networking opportunities
between researchers, business leaders and investors.
The purpose of the events is to stimulate new interactions - particularly between communities that haven't engaged before - which may lead to new relationships, collaborations, and commercial products for the benefit of society.
Open Coffee Club
Started in London and now
around the world, OpenCoffee Club is a regular, open and informal
meeting place for people involved in startups to meet.
The OpenCoffee Club was started to encourage entrepreneurs, developers and investors to organise real-world informal meetups to chat, network and grow.
3Cs is an active community of over 500 members, where advice and critique comes free-of-charge for the budding entrepreneur.
UCL Additions is a social networking site that links communities of interest, identifies potential collaboration partners and manages the development of projects.
UCL Additions is a UCL project, managed by UCL Advances. It is available for use by staff and students of UCL and all of those beyond UCL who want to develop links with the university.
London Technology Network
Enterprise Europe Network are dedicated to improving the
competitiveness of UK industry through more effective interaction
between the science and technology research base and industry.
Knowledge Transfer Networks
A KTN is a
group of individuals that have a shared interest in an area
of emerging technology. It provides an easy means of acquiring and
sharing knowledge, and hence, participating in shaping the future of a
strategically important technology in the UK.